To do individual gear mapping you must hook up the speed input (3rd from the end). Go to the PINK wire of the speed sensor. Put the bike on a rear stand and calibrate the speed to about 40mph. Then calibrate gear position. This is in the instructions. Now go to Power Commander Tools - Advance/Demote map. Advance the fuel tables for each gear. Go to the treeview on the left of the software and input a AFR value for each gear. If you have any other questions let us know.
^^^ I secon this. Another member on here has it on his '08 or '07? and the dynojet wesite lists them for '09 models only. Is it custom modifyed to fit the 07-08? And how much for the whole set up from fuelmoto??
I have it on my 08. DynoJet was very kind and set one to me to test before they became avabile to the public.
If you already have a custom map then I would hook it up per gear right away. If you don't have a custom map then I would not hook it up per gear right away. It will make changes faster if it is just trying to make one map, and not 6 different maps.
Most important thing to remember with the auto tune is that it does not work overnight. It works very well indeed, and does exactly what it is meant to, but it takes time. If you expect instant results you will be disapointed.
I have had mine for a few months now and my bike runs amazingly well. It is crisper and cleaner, and quite honestly is doing wheelies it was not doing before. I am very happy with my results to say the least.
When i first got mine I hooked it up per gear right away. If I had to do it over again i would not have done this, I would have just had the auto tune making one single map. I would ride it around like that till most all the cells are populated, then i would set up the per gear feature.
So I was Racing the other night after shifting through all the gears at high rpms once i down shifted my bike shut off when i held the clutch in when i started it back up it sounded like a 250 had a loss of all power and was shooting white smoke out the exhaust and any time i pulled the clutch...
Hi I have a gsxr 1000 L2 and have a misfire after 9k but only when throttle is pulled back fast, if I gently pull throttle back all the way the bike don’t misfire at any rev but if then I let off and then pull the throttle back fast it misfires but if I’m under 9k I can pull the throttle back on...